Potential Energy Review

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22 questions
• Q1
Gravitational potential energy depends on the ________ and ________ of the object.
Height and mass
Mass and Movement
Height and Friction
Friction and movement
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• Q2
When you stretch a rubber band, you are storing __________ energy.
kinetic
none of the above
all of the above
potential
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• Q3
Which point has the most potential energy?
A
G
B
F
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• Q4
Which 2 letters have the most kinetic energy
Y and Z
Y and X
X and Z
W and Y
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• Q5
How much pontential energy is at the top of a hill on a rollar coaster ride
50%
20%
70%
100%
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• Q6
At which point is potential energy greatest?
X
Y
W
Z
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• Q7
As a pendulum swings from its highest to lowest position, what happens to its kinetic and potential energy?
The kinetic energy decreases while the potential energy increases
Both the potential energy and kinetic energy decrease
The potential energy decreases while the kinetic energy increases
Both the potential energy and kinetic energy increase
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• Q8
When a pendulum swings, at which point is kinetic energy highest?
2
4
3
1
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• Q9
When a pendulum swings, at which point is potential energy at its greatest?
4
3
2
1
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• Q10
Energy can be _____________ or changed from one type to another.
converted
created
destroyed
ignored
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• Q11
Which would have the greatest gravitational potential energy?
A 45lb child on a bike
A 4lb rat on a school desk
A 14 pound platypus on a swing
A 45lb dog in an oak tree
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• Q12
Which is an example of elastic potential energy?
Straws that are shot across the room using a rubberband
A seesaw
Throwing a football
A toy rocket that is launched from push of air
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• Q13
Which of following has the most electrical potential energy?
A lamp plugged into a wall.
A car battery
A flashlight
My cat
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• Q14
Can an object use up energy?
No
Yes
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• Q15
Which are chemical changes
Glass breaking
Iron rusting
Clothing ripping
Hair cut
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• Q16
Roller coasters slow down because their energy disappears.
True
False
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• Q17
Which of the following best describes the energy transfer that takes place when you use a battery?
Chemical PE -> Electrical
Electrical -> Nuclear PE
Nuclear PE -> Electrical
Electrical -> Chemical PE
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• Q18
Chemical energy is ........
Energy related to the position of an object
Energy stored in bonds of matter
The energy an objected has from motion
Energy flowing in a circuit
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• Q19
A stretched object, such as a rubber band, has _____________ potential energy
Elastic
Chemical
Electrical
Gravitational
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• Q20
Food has _________ energy.
none of the above
potential
all of the above
Kinetic
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